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The carnivore diet consists of animal products only. It is completely plant free and in its purest form, includes only meat, salt and water. The carnivore diets adherents believe that animal products provide the body with everything that it needs and can help you to cut weight and build muscle. One of its fiercest supporters is Dr Shawn Baker, a trained orthopaedic surgeon and bodybuilder who is nicknamed the carnivore king. With credentials like that it’s hard not to be at least a little curious.
When people ask how long it will take to get ripped naturally, most are hoping to hear that it can either happen in a month or two, or a solid answer with set rates of fat loss and muscle gains week to week. The truth is that it varies from person to person and depends greatly on what shape you are in when you embark upon your fitness journey.
There are a variety of ways to get the ripped body you are after without equipment. You can build a ripped and toned muscular body by using tried and true calisthenic exercises, getting in high intensity aerobic exercise and adhering to a healthy diet plan that supports your body’s needs. Proof of the effectiveness of this method of training comes from mankind’s history, ancient humans maintained lean fit bodies without the use of modern gym equipment and so can you!
One of the most frustrating things about a fitness routine is being to sore the day after a big workout to hit the gym again, so I’ve done some research into why this happens and how to mitigate it. Muscle pain usually arises because of microscopic tears in muscle tissues, that then results in inflammation, and in turn muscle pain. This is commonly known as delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS. Let’s look into what that means for your daily workout and what to do about it.